When you move from one home to another, it’s a very stressful time. Here are some ideas to consider, so you can make your move and then return to your workplace as efficiently and easily as possible.
Keeping on top of the clutter in a home isn’t always easy, but there are ways to make the task simpler and less stressful. Here are some of the best ways to get the clutter under control.
When people hold onto items, there’s often a reason. It might be sentimental, or it might be something they think they can use later. Here’s what to consider, in order to say goodbye to all that stuff.
Many people want to have less clutter, but they’re afraid to get rid of things because they think those same things might be needed at a later date. Here are some things to consider when deciding what to throw away.
Is your junk drawer overflowing? Over time, we can accumulate a large volume of things that just don’t seem to have a proper place in our home. What are we supposed to do with all these odds and ends that don’t really have a place in the house?
Newsweek warns that clutter causes anxiety, stress and various illnesses. Still, we often make excuses to avoid getting rid of it. Do you find yourself thinking “I might use this later” when you try to banish items that you hardly ever touch? If so, you’re not alone. Many of our readers have had the same experience.
Let’s face it: clutter is stressful. You know what’s even more stressful? Dealing with all that clutter! It’s a nasty catch-22 that keeps many of us stressed out, fatigued, and not as mentally healthy as we could be. Fortunately, there are solutions.